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    Dirk, Kevin Love, Garnett.

    to the extent that Okur was a "stretch 5" he was more like a 4 or a bizarro shooting guard or something rather than a center

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    Rik Smits ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    Simple question
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    Sheed wasn't too bad himself, although he mostly played the 4.

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    Sheeds a 5
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderLakersA's:24327528
    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    Simple question
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    Who else?
    Yo Kobe, get at me bro, we'd have a good time, man

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYY 26 to 7 View Post
    Sabonis was better.

    And Bargnani will be the best by far - maybe already is.
    bargnani can't even shoot lmbo

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    Cliff Robinson had a pretty good career with the Blazers and Suns.

    The correct answer would be Wang ZhiZhi though...

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    Yao was not near the shooter Okur was. As Chronz said, Pau was a better shooter. So was Smits. And Perkins. And Cliff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellcrooner View Post
    No love for Wang zizi?

    or more seriously for Ming?
    Croon, I used to LAUNCH three's with Wang in one of the old nba video games. The dude was lights out.

    As for real life, he was solid but IDT he was comparable to sikma, okur, or some of the others.

    And IDT Ming "stretched" the floor enough. He had a great 12-16 ft shot but couldn't really extend it much further. And he also did most of his work out of the post.

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    Okur was definitely the center on those teams. He would defend the opposing C and Boozer was the absolute PF.

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    Memo in 2k I miss jimbob

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    We're from same nationality with Memo so you'd guess i say yes, but no, not because i can back this up, just because i hate the guy.

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    Hell no! Miller and Sabonis are great candidates. You could also make arguments for few natural power forwards that frequented the 5 spot at some point in their careers. Garnett would be a prime example.

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    mm im thinking chambers was not much of a 3p shooter but he had long range and forced defenders to go outside on him, played more 4 than 5 ( 4 in sonics 5 in suns because their centers were always wack...had they had one good center and they may have won the thing in late 80s).

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